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WELCOME TO CONNETQUOT HIGH SCHOOL 

190 Seventh Street
Bohemia, NY 11716-1331
Principal: Michael A. Moran
631-244-2228, ext. 1010
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Originally dedicated in 1963, today Connetquot High School serves a population of more than 2,000 students from the communities of Bohemia, Sayville, Oakdale, and Ronkonkoma. A comprehensive high school dedicated to superior outcomes for all students, Connetquot High School affords its students a diverse course offering providing a wide variety of educational opportunities in the arts, humanities, math, science, and technology. The majority of Connetquot High School students graduate with regents diplomas and approximately ninety percent of graduates go on to higher education.


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CHS student selected for National Youth Science Camp

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Congratulations to Connetquot High School student Varshith Basa who was selected to represent New York State as one of the two representatives for the National Youth Science Camp being held in West Virginia! Varshith was chosen for providing evidence of superior academic proficiency, leadership in school and community activities, and a passion and curiosity for the STEAM fields.

Established in 1963 as part of West Virginia’s Centennial Celebration, the National Youth Science Camp annually provides for 102 delegates (two from each state and the District of Columbia) a three-week, STEAM based experience in which delegates exchange ideas with leading scientists and other professionals from academic and corporate worlds.

A highlight of the camp is the lecture series. Each day, delegates participate in two world-class lectures from STEM experts on a wide range of innovative and relevant topics.

 Then, directed studies provide opportunities to delve deeper into a topic with an expert. They are designed as mini courses.

To add to the fun, students participate in seminars. Seminars are informal, interactive experiences with someone who is knowledgeable and passionate about a topic. Past seminars have included juggling, cooking, practicing a language and playing Ultimate Frisbee on the green.

While NYSC provides many opportunities for delegates to engage with STEAM topics, it also boasts a robust arts program. Staff provide delegates with many opportunities to learn techniques and create in multiple art mediums and join performing arts ensembles.

The delegations also travel to Washington, D.C. where they can meet congressional members, tour museums and attend a panel discussion held at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Date Added: 6/13/2024

Senior Athletes Honored at Athletic Awards Night

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Congratulations to the following Connetquot High School seniors who were recognized at the Senior Athletic Awards!

Service Award:
Keith Cussmano


Phil Karstadt Memorial Scholar Athlete Award:
Bishal Das
Katerina Papandon


Sportsmanship:
Daniella O’Neill
Asher Tabigue


Most Improved:
Jordyn Bohl
Timothy Campbell


Spirt, Leadership, Cooperation:
Robert Candela
Isabella Montuori


Comeback Player of the Year:
Alex Lillie
Rhianna Waring


Thunderbird Fortitude & Courage Award:
Nick Pepitone
Janna Weltner


Coaches Award:
Trevor Carr
Shea Lavery
Chloe Young


Outstanding Athlete of the Year:
Tristan Weingarten
Giavanna Meservy

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Date Added: 6/12/2024

Third Annual Class Graduates the Connetquot Business Academy

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This past week, the Connetquot Business Academy celebrated the graduation of its third and largest class to date. To graduate successfully from the Academy, students need to complete at least four credits of business courses, including the capstone Virtual Enterprise class. Students additionally must pass the NOCTI exam, which tests their technical skills and gauges their factual business knowledge.

We are incredibly proud of this year's graduates:

Komal Ali, Derek Brenner, Trevor Carrm, Nicolina DiFilippo, Victoria Douglas, Daniel Esquivias, Alexander Ferraioli, Maura Galvin, Isabella Kaspiev, Thomas Kost, Matthew Kutchma, Natalia Leon Salas, Ashley Merz, Katerina Papandon, Isabella Reyes, Gabrielle Roppelt, Stephanie Salters, Rhea Shetty, Giahna Stallworth, and Jenna Woodard.

Date Added: 6/11/2024

Class of 2024 honored at Academic Awards Night

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On June 3, Connetquot High School’s top seniors gathered for the school’s annual Academic Awards Night.

It was an evening of celebration and recognition, honoring students who have achieved academically or have excelled in other areas of their lives with sought after scholarships. The stage was brimming with excitement as presenters with connections to each scholarship graciously presented each award to its recipient.

Students were also honored with department awards for outstanding achievements in a particular area of study.

Date Added: 6/4/2024

Officer Fernandez delivers motivational message to ENL students

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Connetquot High School’s ENL (English as a New Language) students welcomed Suffolk County Police Officer Fernández into their class.

Officer Fernández shared his story as a child of immigrants, only becoming truly bilingual as an adult. He encouraged the language learners to, “get comfortable being uncomfortable”, stressing how challenging it is to be open to taking risks with language, emphasizing the value of being bilingual.

Being able to communicate in both English and Spanish provided him the opportunity to succeed and achieve his dream. Officer Fernández spoke about setting goals, taking advantage of opportunities, studying, working hard and making the choice to be the best you, inspiring students.

Date Added: 5/31/2024

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